My recipe for february is a recipe from home – a recipe of my mother. This blog has been helpful to myself these past few months, as I have tried out one of my mother’s recipes that I shared here, when I find myself missing home. While I have shared three brinjal recipes of my mother before – katharikkai curry, katharikkai vathakkal and brinjal and green peas curry, today’s recipe is another way my mother cooks brinjal. It is a simple and very easy to make recipe, that I very much like, and is great with rice. Sharing this recipe at the Virtual Vegan Linky Potluck #30.
Today, I would like to share some popular French music from the 60s that I like. Starting with my favourite French singer – Edith Piaf. I started listening to her songs after watching the movie ‘La Vie En Rose’. This clip is one of her more famous songs – Non, Je ne regrette rien (1965).
The other song for today is considered the signature song of Charles Aznavour – La Boheme (1960).
Hope you enjoy the music while you try out this simple curry recipe! Have a lovely weekend!
- Brinjal – 1 cup, chopped
- Green chilli – 1
- Onion – 1/4, chopped
- Coconut milk – 1/2 cup (thin) + 1/4 cup (thick)
- Curry leaves
- Salt, to taste
- Lime juice
- Cook the chopped brinjal together with the chopped onion, green chilli and curry leaves in 1/2 cup of thin coconut milk for around 10 minutes. Add salt to taste.
- Then add 1/4 cup thick coconut milk and simmer for 5 mins.
- Remove from heat and stir in some fresh lime juice.
- Serve warm with rice.
Recipe source: Raji Thillainathan